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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; MONDAY; FEBRUARY 22; 1915.'
BRITISH CALL FOE'S '
AERIAL RAID JOKE
Neither Life Norjjytperty De
stroyed by fwo. Machines
. That SheJIeSvcTowns.
LONDON. Ftfb0."5 22. Lst night's
sverlal raid over Essex Is characterised
fey all of the British newspapers to
fS Wtlie "crowning joke of the
4WK' Apparently It was utterly fu
tile, so far as the loss of life or the
ateatructlon of property are concerned.
No Zeppelins were' used this time.
Instead two aeroplanes of the largest
and most powerful type were utilized.
It Is believed the chief object of their
flight was to determine meterologtcal
conditions. One bomb was dropped In
Colchester, one In Bralntree, one In
Coggeshall. one In Markstey, .and two
fell In a garden near Colchester. The
total damage was one house slightly
The populace of all of the towns re
mained calm, while In Colchester boya
fnd girls paraded the streets, sing
ing: 'The Germans are coming; they
are; they are."
In the house In Colchester which
was damaged. Quartermaster Ser
geant Rabjohn. of the Twentieth Hus
sars, and his wife and baby were liv
ing. The back of the house and the
Kitchen were smashed, but the baby,
sleeping In a front room, was not
TO NURSE LEPERS
Mother Dedicates Life to Work
at Colony as Her Boy Is
BOSTON, Feb. 22. Standing by the
open grave Into which the body of her
only son was being lowered, and gazing
at the ten Iepera who, with their at
tendants, stood silently by tho mound.
Mrs. Emma Thomas, who had been the
lad's sole attendant In the lepor colony
on Pcnlkese Island, In Buzzard's Bay,
"I have given many years of my life"
to caring for my boy, and I hnvo thrown
to love the others who arc afflicted as
was he. I shall remain here and do
what I can to help the others. And
when I die, all I ask is that I may be
laid beside my son."
Archie. Thomas had Just passed his
twenty-nrst birthday. Though he had
been afflicted with the terrible disease
for many years, his death was the re
sult of pneumonia,
Archie was sent to the lepers' colony
as a schoolboy, and his mother, de
spite friends' protests, accompanied him.
There ho read much of wireless telegra
phy, and Anally was Riven an apparatus.
His call was well known, but, to more
effect, he ccught' the newB flying
through the blue to a station on Cape
Cod, and the decrepit lepers often had
the. news of the world at their break
Again his friends exerted them
selves in his behalf. His greatest am
bition was to have a license as an op
erator. The saw that he was put
through an examination; he passed it
with flying colors, and last year he was
the proudest young man on earth when
tho Navy Department sent to him Its
Federal Suffrage Society
Meets Friday Evening
Congressman Baker of California will
preside at a meeting of the Federal
Suffrage Association in the Public Li
brary next Friday evening, and the
following evening a business meeting, of
the association will be held at 522 Sixth
The Rev. Olympla Brown, president of
the association, and Congressman Bur
ton L.. French of Idaho will be the prin
cipal speakers at the Friday evening
Christ'Child Society to
Hold Benefit on March 8
A musical and literary entertainment
for the benefit of the Christ Child So
ciety will be given In the auditorium of
tho Masonic Temple, March 8, by T. A.
Daly, poet and humorist, who will be
assisted by Joseph M. GUI, violinist;
Richard Barrett, pianist, and George H.
The program will Include a humorous
lecture on "New Neighbors," and char
acter songa oy Mr. O Connor.
Daniels Would Merge
The coalition of the Northern and
Southern branches of the MethodiBt
church in the interest of a militant
Methodism was urged by Secretary of
tho Navy Daniels at the patriotic rally
at Poll's Theater yesterday under the
auspices of the WashlnKton District Ep
worth League and the Epworth League
Socialist Editor to
Speak Here on March 2
Fred E. Warren, editor of a Socialist
periodical, will speak at 8oolallt
headquarters on March 2. This an
nouncfirwent was mado at a Soclal'i-t
meeting last night, 811 E street
SOr. laul G. Agnow. the principal
pakr, praised the work of tho In-
.torsiatf Commerce Commission In Its
IvalMation of the taHroads and ad
in.n oniy in this way can equitable
ltianii.orta.tlon rufo be determined.
CTlAkr4a Tltli. "741.
fk Ulw sV-llds Hi III
$ Wedding fltyjiiversary
nif'fffUI.U, Mo. F-h S2.-Th slxty
sTverith wadding anniversary of Mr and
Virt Vij,l, CraMj a celebrated At
h'U, 'f"' "'' WM mirrlfd in Ht.
Isriu r,ffJ m !'(, and hv lived
t E..tr rz-jnt ti,t thirty yrrn
I tk't. UKAiu it. irtngr county, fnd .
'""'V'"' " A;f ' '" "' ""b "
I - " ' ' ' " lwy V'ifed
fff- UMidcr, In- r.r .r.ty rraidit.il-
IN MEMORY OF SON
Patter JlalJSSM'a SunMcaUd Strmtmt
muMV SmUeaXit Btrmot
iinwijoptrjin unuwacnaie. canaaa,arealBrttain,SoutJtArrtai,AttMrauaandscan-m
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imnrinnnHin o jnioiun iMjf tnUrutittt
M'l.,fTtMn " 'TTtTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
Billy Sunday Unique
His Virtues and Faults
PRELUDE TO PASTOR RUSSELL'S SERMON .
Kindly But Pungent Dissection of "Billy's" Furor Fake Preach
ing Abominable to God God and Man Dishonored by False
x.'rr1""?? vv"'tn rreacners uo iNot believe Instilling Super
stitious Fears a Crime If the Bible Does Teach That Eternal
Torture Is the Fate 'of All Hxcent th Saint if sunnu n
Preached, Yea, Thundered, Weekly, Daily, ' Hourly If It
Does Not So Teach, the Fact Should Be Made Known and
the Foul Stain Dishonoring to God's Holy Name Removed
Feb. 21. P a s t o r
hero twice today.
The large audi
torium was filled to
hundreds were turn
ed away. Wo re
port his address
from tho text, "I
am not ashamed
of the Gospel of
1:16). prior to nis
sermon he mado
sonic kindly but
I pungent remarks on
I r' H 1 1 1 y " Sunday.
me most noted preacher or our day.
The Pastor would not depart from his
custom and the Bible rule, "speak evil
of no man." Ills remarks merely ap
pertained to "Billy's" preaching of tho
"Billy" Sunday catches tho public eye
and ear by the novelty of his methods.
Some go to heur him lambast the
preachers, and to watch them smile as
though It were a good Joke when he
tells them that their preaching has
made tho churches cold storage Places
with little storage, or likens them to tho
Scribes, Pharisees, hypocrites of old
or tells them that they are leading their
congregations straight down to Hell.
These things told in tho newspapers
seem so astounding that people must
hear for themselves.
Others go to hear "Billy" because It
Is the fad. Business men and railway
managers realize that thousands will
come to town as to a circus. They bring
pressure to bear upon the poor preach
ers; for "Billy" wisely Insists that ho
will not come and save the citizens from
Hell If thero is any competition In the
buainess Insists that the churches all
closo down. Under the pressure the
preachers cannot help themselves and
try to make tho best of it. honlnir that
people will not take "Billy" seriously as
respects their hypocrisy, etc., and as
sured that he will divide the spoils
amongst tne entireties not the financial
spoils, but tho souls for "cold storage,"
or to be led down to Hell.
Others attend to see "Billy's acro
batic feats, Jumping onto a table or
smashing a chair; others because in
vltod to be of tho largo choir; others to
say mat tney navo heard "Billy" Sun-
dav. "Nnthlncr M11rrnfta lltrn nr.f.Aaa."
and every time
---- . .T .. .- a-oa,
"Billy" succeeds ho has
Amongst "Billy's" virtues we should
not forget tho fearless way In which he
attacks social customs and sins, tho
fearless way in which he tells preachers
what ho really thinks of them and
what the masses think, and tho above
board manner in which he bargains the
result of his efforts for cold cash-the
meeting of expenses and tho giving to
himself certain collections for himself
and his troupe. If the Gospel must be
sold. It Is better done In tho open than
In the name of tho heathen, tho col
lectors getting tho most.
To the extent that "Billy" Sunday
seeks to defend the Bible against
Higher Critics, to the extent that he
really shows up the coldness, formal
ism, hypocrisy, of the Laodicean
Church (Revelation 3:14-17), encourages
righteousness of life, and discourages
drunkenness and lewdness, we surely
wish him Godspeed, and trust that some
good Is accomplished by him. in awak
ening the people to think for them
selves along religious lines.
Some of "Billy" Sunday's Faults.
The Pastor said that If the reports
that "Billy" prayed to God most Irrev
erently, and addressed tho Redeemer
ae "Old Pal, ' were true, then "Billy's"
Influence on tho public would lead on In
the direction in which the world la rap
idly moving toward irreverence. Ho
hoped that "Billy" would become more
reverent, and believes that this result
would follow a better knowledge of God.
Ho could scarcely roconclle with hon
esty "Billy's" attempt to tie up the
souls he saved, In the churches which
ho declared wore cold storage plants
leading down to Hell. He wished that
"Billy" would reconcile these opposltcs.
He was pleased to note that "Billv's"
last sermon in each place was usually
on tne Hecond coming or Christ; and
that "Billy" apparently recognizes this
present and last stage of the Church.
typiiled in Laodlcea. This caused him
all the more to wonder why "Billy"
would help people Into the Laodicean
Church, which the Bible styles Babylon,
and declares that God spues out of His
mouth. (Revelation 3:16.) Next Sunday
the Pastor will discuss tho Second Com
ing of Christ, viewing that great event
from a somewhat different angle from
The Pastor declared that his blood
bolls with righteous indignation to find
"Billy's" preaching a practical endorse
ment of tho God-dishonoring theory that
the great mass of humanity will suffer
eternal torment because, born in sin.
misshapen In Iniquity (Psalm 51:5),
they railed to llvo saintly lives. True
Hilly" does not explain Hell. liike most
preachers he probably hides his true
thought on this subject, while allowing
Seople to think that he believes in a
'ell of eternal tortures. The Pastor
could not believe that Mr. Sunday or
any otlier Intelligent man really believes
this Invention of tho Dark Ages, which
antagonizes the Bible as well as com
Mr. Sunday and other preachers who
realize the fallaev of this great "doctrine
of devils" ft Timothy 4:1) owe it to
the people who trust them, and make up
their collections, to- tell them the truth.
More than this, they owe It to God tha.t
this foul Htaln upon tho Divine charac
ter be denounced. They owe it to them
selves as men to stand for tho Truth
and to assist in optulng the eyes of the
poor deluded world.
The Pastor hopes that Mr. Sunday will
yet realize that no one can long main
tain a moral standard higher than that
which he attributes to God. The In
justice and persecution of centuries Is
JUBtly attributable to false doctrines rep
resenting God as a dpmon who unjustly
and unlovlngly created our race with the
Intention that nine hundred and ninety
nine out of evriy thousand should en
dure an eternity of torture. Of this hh
a Gospel tho Pastor has been ashamed
for forty-four years. A better under
standing of the Bible hus led him slnco
The Not-Ashamed Gospel of Christ.
Beginning his discourse the Pastor
said. Everybody knows that Gospel sig
nifies Good Tidings, tin In tho angel's
Message at Jesus' birth- "Heboid. I
brln yon Good TMIiikk of great Joy,
which shall ho unto nil people'"' Who
Is responsible- for the fni t that thH
Message of Joy to all people has been
perverted to mean bad tidings of great
misery to nil people except mi elect
handful'' I'tidouhtedly no person de
liberately plotted thl turning of God's
Word tinslde down It Is the work of
the Devil, who gradually foisted It upon
the fh'ireh H well ns the heathen, to
turn people nKy from God nnd tin
flll.l' Pt I'eter und Bt T'sul both predicted
he frtlllnr o ijr of the fi irti and the
Hi'WM tsJhe dortilne ',f dnion
The. iVfTr thl world ffntnti) hath
blinded the. mlndu" of unbelievers. Worn
It not ttit fttin' deluxlone, the wbota
assssssssssssssssssssssMt-K. i. ..Vaaas
nnntar tettklu in aonroztmattlu tlltttn hundred Ssi
rr - w -":. -.'. ,-.
art not conirouta oi mt aynaieait, nenctf
unmu tn (h laadtna luaniniiMM. glii
wv?,r,d. umlBht speedily bo brought to
t?nunth?.iU aSd' I7"0 Apo.tR coil?
gort ,VM,Biht;of.Ui knowledge of tho
theft hi!. ,u shuId "hlne Into
AZ ral)8- Wherever the true knowl
h?f , Go1 ?hln8 lnt0 t"e 'nan
cloHonL1 ?fcr"en.ta tho Almighty In such
?ne.? iB.haract.cr a" to demand rever
ence henco Satan's endeavor .to blind
S' ra'nds through false doctrines
.?fh ,tnJ?lroPrwent the Almighty,
sitnn iVhile J, Sturally hold that
foe . . d chlof. responsibility, it is not
nr-.U8A i BIiy. that the clerics of the
trusting ih. 7 i. ol c?"n've at the error.
uWevi.yi11.1 It wo.u,d make the people
thev m ?,& lZ the f '"""J' through whom
ture- 1?. hop. to escape future tor
rernon.B,m.i,eav,n,: tho P"t and Its
ave Jilf8'.W.?,t,nasr BUrely ay that
D?encheP?18lV"lty' rcts UP' the
fion nf u,.0f tod?yJ ,or their pcrpetua
unon thihiiJKfat dePtlon-tnls fraud
mhtv LSopl0' 18l1ader upon tho Al
mighty and opposition to the Truth. Of
can dffi V tW wickedness on y God
can Judge correct y; but It Is wicked
?ctk7tP.iJC.l!, ,n knis on the sub-
Nearlv nil mini.t... i.. . .
thnt h. wVU u .. f"v""iy eonrcss
while. V.tkili not bell'o these slande.s.
give u y the' speak words which
give the opposito thought 'eho lime
,,, ,ii J, , """ win make an
end of all such lies; as it is written. "I
will lay Justice to tho line, and right
shalineBwi the P'VK'nwtinU thl ha 11
-IsalalT S?17 refUK'' of llcs-"
Power to Every One Believing.
If belief In the real Gospel Is tho Dl
vine power which worxs in the believer.
It follows that whoever has not the Gos
pel has not this Dlvlno power; and that
n proportion as the Gospel Is perverted
Its power Is ost. -So wo sec today "ill
n8, "?f pc.ople ,r)rof33ng to bollovc tho
?,?.& V. act 55 "U? 4'Vlls under le-
... V: J l u "ant Ago which
ha.o been fostered by the rrcacher3 of
Christendom, rf. they know the real
Gospel, they would either act differently
pr not dishonor Christ's name by claim
ing to be Hla followers.
i.Jihev,as,peI has one Portion of prom
ised blessing for tho Church and an
other for the world. For tho Church,
wno renounce earthly hopes and cultl
E, iIea.vepJ'' u Promises glory,
?h 2,Jm110.rU1 ty' anU Jolnt-hefrshfp
wtth Christ in His Millennial Kingdom,
to be entered into by the First Resur-ii-
", 0'er- The ospel Messago
iSlV?u f .P.d B Krac,lous Purposes for tho
world-that Restitution (Acts, 3:21),
everlasting life as porfect human be
ings In a world-wide Paradise, has been
made possible for all mankind through
the Redeemer's sacrifice the blessing
J?e accomplished fully during Mc,
slahs Reign of Righteousness.
Only a comparatively small number
have opportunity of believing during
the world opportunity of believing In
? rl8.t-not merely those living when
Messiah's Kingdom will be sot up, but,
as the Bible says. "All that are in tholr
graves shall -ear the Voice of tho Son
of God and shall come forth"-not from
Heaven, not from Purgatory, not from
our Protestant Hell of eternal torture,
but from the grave "All" will Include
the heathen, as well as the millions of
Christendom who have never known
what real Christianity is.
As Jesus declares of them. "They that
have done evll"-havo not been approved
?Lh(1 8eha1,1 S,0010 fo.rth unto a Rcsur
Juu I ..f Ju.dK'nent"-trial. tcstlns
with a view to seeing how they will
respond to those Judgments, cnllghten-
a?"fi,'; Vfn" thaer ft JV""nK nd obedKnt
at the close of Christ's Reign may be
received into all liberties appertaining
God.i ch''tlren- (Koman, 8:21). The
wrong thought nt ....,..,'. "' . t" .
SSSSSSR V,e,?,0n, Wo misle-d SeA oc
See inl! yK'5at0i?'v nB Poor translations.
See John 5:23-Revlsed Version.
Not-Ashamed Gospel Briefly Stated.
God's work la perfect. (Deuteronomy
?i'4) Man orlEinally was perfect in
broughtuno'n8 Hken8 orbed4nco
brought upon man not a penalty or
eternal torment, but . death penal tv
'Dylng thou shalt die." 'The wages of
Fr,? . cu.1 K trom fellowship with
God. man has degraded himself Satan
Death0n,tv1,rtUted, X? tllls WlS of Sta i53
Death by deceiving mankind, fostering
CTnZS' '""-'Presenting God. it,. fc
God has the situation fully h, hand
He purposed to nermit i,,..!. .'"., nmul;
men to see ono great Illustration of thn
--., ..irumi, moral, and uhvslcal Ho
has gracious purposes for tic" Their
experiences with sin and death afford
opportunity of learning valuable lessons
protltablo for eternity. Their first trlai
as to uorthiness of eternal I fe or of
everlasting Joath was through one man
pnai!y.d SObedlnCO ut the ffl".
As a basis for nvaji'a recovery J.n ,n i
for man's sln-not to eet min'kinrt o., er
eteninl torment nor to keep Th?m froinMe?
nal torment or Purgatory, but to JavJTihni
Z1, "'?"' "hat whosoe'er Veil.-vtl
In Him might not perish" (John 315) Their
rfc?fryv.from el" luul ueath is Brrlwurafly
styled the resurrection of the deitd "hZ
tho Church of true believers are reuresented
"f !l3.e.a wJth Christ" to "walk InSSess
of life." and promleed on actual resurrection
bs; and by-Uie First, the Chief Re?urr2ct on
iruui will be made known to thoni. in
stead of bolns confused with superitltlo".
les. doctrines of deMls. tho light of the
knowledge of Divine glorv will "Sine uoon
thu Oradually the willing and I obedient
to i-ercTlm'!1 y' mra"y- a'"i P"''"
. J"? '5 th.e GoM' Paul preached-that
lr-ndd f,eE ,n U.t?eB- Sneo1- the Hlblo
Hell, the tomb, awaiting the estab!lhnjVnt
of Messiah's Kingdom. Bt. Paul dec nred
that If there be no resurrection of tho oead.
faith l vain, hopo of forglxeness of sins Is
VaHn'.i.,"Jt V". .,ato t J',uch a resurrection:
and thy fact that Jesus died and rose again
'i ??$' suarantee that all asleep In j"ua
shall lie brought from the dead by Him
Of this Gospel I am not ashamed. Of every
other gospel that I have heard I would be
ashumed ashamed to endorso It. ashamrd of
tho God who would havo such a gospel " The
true Ooil, shining out of the Bible and en
lightening men's hearts all over tho world
Is a Message of Grace, Justice. Wisdom'
and I,o. Let us lay hold upon It. I,ct us
love and serve the only living, true God Hie
God of the Illble. not the God of the creeds;
and 1st us show forth the praises of Him
who has railed us out of the darkness Into
Ills nwirvelcius light
Trusting that you have been pioflted
by llio reading of the above sermon, we
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BACK COMB-Qold rim. Friday evening.
Hewanl, lgi; Iteimont road.
r?CrtK,,I?0,K8terl,"? ."liver, near icth
ana H N. w.. containing eyeglaiises. key
and some change. Reward at 1M3 H N. V.
YOUNG MAN-For cloak and
suit stockroom; only one with
experience needed; good salary;
permanent position. Apply to Mr.
FRANK, 2nd floor, Goldenbcrg's,
7th and K sts.
BOY who Is
ikku. V" a, fV00"? .'C"ler of manuscript.
'Aoorn ay' 3:1S c,uck. Times Composing
LAirJIi:S,,f9.A'r MAItEn at once. WINli
MAN. 31 F at. N. W. 1
MRS ... ..- . j.. . . .
V;,V . . " -""""ay ana luesaay and se
cure plac. In nev. clats now forming; call
at once white only; open till u m.
NATIONAL AL'TO COLLKGE.
ann o ;. w.
WANTED Colored men prepare as Klecplng
Car and Train i'ortrrs Experience not
necessary. KASTBRN RAII.ROAl)Hj unl-
tSrJJ.'" 'i!.rnl,,hf.d- Wrlle INTUU llAlLwAY.
Iept 204. IndlanatKills. Ind. !
:.i i N . lo ,"," atnd cigar store;
wholesale and retail, reference and caperl
ence. flICKLE'H.. Hill p. ave "
YOUNO MIJN to learn linotype; exceptional
opportunity: tuition $i: ta a month, open
Uy " 7x. WA8"M IOT9OTYPE BC1IOI
HELP WANTED FEMALE
APPRENTICES to learn French dresscuttlng.
dressmaking, designing, and millinery; good
positions furnished after learning. New
ork Millinery Academy. 1115 O St.
GIRU-Wlth clerical ability; must ha rapid
at figures i and write m1 band NATION
Al. Ul'Xbnr CO.. ZPIerce st N. W.
G11' ,.? cn'r,al housework; good rages.
loON 14th st. N. W i
GIRIj to do housework.
6.TS 12th st. N. E.
Call this evening.
GIRI to deimmstrate
IMP I'a ave.
In window. Apply
JANITOR By rolorod man and wife, refer
ences; will go out of town. 1128 loih st.
rs. vv .
CHAMIIERMAID or nurse and cook, or laun
erne." intf'v KOod "W- best refer-
FOR HALE turniture, new and slightly
teS,,.f r...a U"r .. 2.r.."-.. yy
---' i. u-..mn v uimumiia iqt cafc
for cash, Sac
iiiicy, Diiy at
STII AND K STS. N. W,
CING pForTt'r;?, SANITARY DU8T-KII.U
IISO Fl.OOR Oil. contains o Hum and v.a-
nvJ i. riC.'.i "",'." aM tor rurnltu
-., ... mv ku,, uruverra. ii.t iu a..a
M. M5S. On Market oer 25 vr.
NEW and slight used roll and flat ton desks
In mahogany and golden oak
E. P. TAYLOR CO.,
703 CI Ktrf V i
Bargain Sellers of High Grade' Furnltui
HAVING DECIDED TO CHANGE
Ol'R PRESENT' FURNITURE BUSINESS
aregSinget5n1 fnC9 "XtUro "Wc'a'tl"
CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE
STOCK AT ONCE.
All goods to bo disposed of regardl-M nt
price. Items too numerous to mention If
Snvl5S3!dW ,avtaB '"ney wi bo
D. NOTES, Corner 8th & D nw.
Hot bed sash, unglazed, 3X6 rtf
mado in Washington, each. ' lilC
THOMAS W. SMITH," ronVi.trANu
WANTED-Furnlture lor cash. Sell our
goods to the man who gives the most
money. See HOPWOOD. 8th and K. 1
HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth
Ing; either ladles' or gentlemen's: send uo.
tal; will call. B. TARSHES. 13CS 7th Vv
TV UhA. XTnHl. .no ' ,l" bl-
. iimh. ,,U1 ... VS9, ,
BEFORE SELLINO YOUR FURNITURE
. Drop postal or phone Main 4110 to
NOTES' FURNITURE HOUSE. 814 Est nw
where you will get a square deal.
SEE US BEFORE SELLING YOUR lioiisp"
HOLD FURNITURE. CARPETS. PIANOS
ETC. BIO PRICES PAID. UAOB'
m B St. N. W. Phone M. 74S3-M.
HORSES AND VEHICLES
FINE BIG BLACK HORSE for sale rea
sonable Apply C. JAEGER, tailor, MS
12th II N, U, .
HORSES Two good cheap, two big sore
mares, two good voung horses. 424 Mh nw
FOR HIRE Hoi bes. carriages, wagons day
week or month; special prices. GEN ' Livl
ERY CO.. INC.. rear 337 Pa. aw M. 1197
FOR SALE-Two large work mares; one
ralr mules; ono delivery horse, 2 wagons
one set harness, owners using trucks
NORTHEAST EXPRESS & STORAGE CO..
REBUILT TYPEWRITER TO" ni lth
Visible machines rented. $2.50 per n-onth
and sold at from ' to W .Mfc nrlc.s
RKBflHUNG AND RKPAIRINO
TY"rBVRITERS repaired and re ,iodle"d".
Alter going through our shops the old ma.
rhlne becomes as valuable as ever. Ph. M.
J5i6. Typawrlter Cleaning Repair Co.. 1417 F.
FOR RENT ROOMS
N'.i A.yH- N.'W.. 611-Large front rooms.
w?ek up looms; l, h. k. privileges; JH
,'.AV5' . N .W" . a-Beautlful. warm.
n.?!LV& n, y'".,er lw"y: rates for winter;
opposito Raleigh; no car fare.
aUinKhi JTi' 1:,Jrwo nlceV furnlshcM and
well heated rooms. Tel. Col. afl6z-J.
PA .AyE; N' -w" 15-Two room apt., com
ie,'ly..,ur' for. " k" modern. g range;
lov rent; also slnaln rooms. M. J177.
Yi'il?J.' iN'i.Wi' K-Two front rooms, well
hcalrd: I. h. k. permitted; reaaonable.
,S'?;-Nfl W" 131-N'ly furnished lit.
2nd. 3rd floor rooms j I. h. k.; all conven
"Ji. 8.T'..N' W" "2Two lwautlful com
munlcatlng front rooms, nicely furnliihcd;
I. It. k.. !2o per month; other rooms, 12.60. 1.1.
fl per week: excellent neighborhood; trans.
Bth N. E., 723 Beautiful newly papercj well-
heated rooms; elegantly, completely fur-
nlslied for housekeeping. fK.50 mo.; iis Inc.
V BT. N. W 12 Iarge front and back scc
ond floor rooms; I. h. k.; rraiwiiable.
12th ST. N. W.. 808-Well furnished rooms
with or without private bath; home cook
6th ST. N. W 712-Hooms furnished reason
able; li. w. h.; plenty hot water; conven
7th BT. S. W.. S16 Four-room flat, modern
Improvements, gas range, all private, no
R ST. N. W.. 42-Thrre unfurnished rooms;
1. h. k., heat, gas, bath; call before 11 a.
m.. after 2 p. m. Oivner.
ROOMS AND BOARD
Sth N. W S24 Room and Iward. 15 per week;
o'clock breakfast; table board. $3,o.
1 BT. N. W ' MB I-Yont single, double
rooms; excellent meals, to week each.
MONROE BT.. 1347 Two rooms with board.
private family; all conveniences. Col. 4550.
II BT. N. W 810 Beautiful front parlor,
suitable for 2 gentlamen; $5 week each; ex
MONROE ST. N. W.. HM-Excellent board;
hjiiio wwinit; noi ureao daily, col. L'.Z7.
K BT. N. W..
-Flrst-ClflHM lahln tmrA,
bast of service
WANTED- ROOMS AND BOARD
WANTED to board Infant, reliable family;
neighborhood 18th and II sts. N W. Ad
dress A. B. C BOX 86. Times office.
MORKINOMEN Aa true American cltlxcns.
Jet u all honor tho memory of George
Washington: we close today at 1 o'clock.
STAND 'laV ,omorrow JUBTH'S OLD
NATIONAL LETTER SERVICE.
C. E. OREEN. Mgr.. Slg-20 Muntey Building.
Plumbing, Tinning and Heating.
"Have it done right. Get Casey."
Prices on all work reduced for a short time
only. It us give you an estimate on jour
plumbing, routing and stove repairing.
CASEY & CO ,
3207 14th st. Col, lit,
Mattresses and Box Spring.
RENOVATED and made over hair and fait
mattresses. Jl 60 for double size bed.
13W 7th Bt N. W. Phone Narth 6
E-COVBRED WAeVVT and up.
CAP. BEDDINO CO.. 1241 7th st. North lie.
WHY WAIT AND PAY MORE? Order
now and get tha reduced price Window
Shades and Screens. R. c. M. BURTON.
811 E st.
TRANSLATION BUREAU-Translatlon In
all languages promptly executed; commer
cial translations a specialty. 401 District Na
tlonal Hank Hldg.
WE ALSO SHADE THE PRICE.
Opaque shadis fitted. 36c- oil opaque or do
mestic holland Hhnrfii &rm rltu.iAv i..tY,K.in
shades. 7tc. KLEEBLAIT'S, Ulh A- II N E.
GUSTAV E. HAAR,
Mechanical Engineer. Designing, drafting,
pattern making. mlll-wrlghtlng. general
machine work: repaira promptly attenJed to
123S Good Hope Rd.. Anacoatla. Line. 3903.
M. H. PHILPITT. rellablo umbrella and
parasol maker. Repairing and re-covering
cravenette. gloria and Bilk. 81. &03 15 N. w
Carriage. Wagon & Auto Repairing.
C. B. STEWART, formerly 1825 L at., now
loc. se. cor. 14th and D. opp. District bldg.
Carriage, wagon, auto repair, painting M.1S14
General House Repairing.
WE REPAIR VOUR HOUSE-lnslde and out
and anything In It. Send for us now.
Don't watt until we're busy.
r, - BROWN. BROWN BROWN.
477 Eya st. N. W. Phons Mdln 4002.
THE VACUUM TREATMENT RESTORES
.&?,SI!lC;l7IAT,ON of th niXKID and
S.RH??Sli,A.l.. of NERVE NUTRITION lo
??euJ.,5.1?ASED PART ani1 ELIMINATES
BOOKIJT AND CONSfLTATION FREE.
Hours 9 a. in to S p. in
- PROF. 11. N. D. PARKER.
710-715 BOND BUILDING.
race corrector, all blemishes removed from
the face: Imperfect features, birth or acci
dent, corrected; rough and coarse ports
smoothed, ajid skin reflnpii: rnninlvtn
cleared; hollows and wrinkles remoed. 1622
H st. i-none ai. 3669.
MISS STURN MANICURING.
",dJ S-'i,l SCALP TREATMENT.
718 11th st. N. W.. third floor.
MISS JAMHRON. manicurist and chiropody;
hours. 10 a. m. to S i. in. 1212 N V. ave.
N. W.. 2nd floor. 1
hD Dnrn SPECIALIST, 4
Ul. KttU m 17 STREET T
The Most Important Advice X
that I can offer to any rrmn or?
woman who U sufferine from .invJ.
acute, clironlc or special disease Is A
to lane immediate steps to
Get Well, 60s, Bacteria Vncclnea,
nnd all the new ocrutns and anti
toxins administered. Blood tests
made. Laboratory Mocked with
everything tho best in mcdlclnna.
r wvor ."0 years practice In treating
;.r. ",r!i. "'s.-Hiion, constipation.
I'llcs, Throat, Lung. Bialn. lloart,
lilood, and Skin Diseases. TJlion.
matlsin, all stages of Blood Polson
tn. Nervous and tlenpnil llohm...
t'liarges Low. Medicines Furnished!
uiiicq itours: ju to l; 3 to 6. Sun
days, 10 to 12.
Dr. Wm. T. Baldus, Specialist.
Brain, nervous and ttumaih dlsoases- Ur "s
service and medicine. $2; he. cor. 6th and'F
nw Hours 10 a m. to V p. m Ph M rdG
MISS CAIN, Munkurlng and Scalp Treat
ment 710 7th st. N W. Apt. l. i;ve
nlng by appointment Phono Main 7I2S. li,,
TEETH WITHOUT PLATES l'EEI.
ana becm line natural ones.
DR. J. K. NORTH WOOD.
Kn bldg,. 1420 N V ave. Tel. S
MRS. OKA FIBIJJ.
Magnetic massage, face and tcalp trca'ment
SIS. H ST N. W J1J:"LU'JHJ
LADIES TOO 8TOu"T "lOlt FASIUoTTs
latest decree, should take up the scientific
"Irene bulcm" of rolui tlon hnrodJCtd by
MRS LANE. tOL Iroquois.
to 5. 032 O st nw..
Manicuring and SialD
Apart iicnv - Third lua-
EXQUISITE! "M AND V MASSAGE
Be suro to ask for It.
L'Hkau, At aeparuncot and drug stores.
VptOT On Sunday. February 21. HIS. at
1:80 o'clock a. m.. MARY VOIOT (nee
Helder), beloved wife of Henry Volgt, aged
sixty. two years.
Funeral from her late residence. Rlggs
road, D. C on Tuesday. February 23. at
2:80 o'clock p. tn. Relatives and friends
Invited. Hervlcea at Rock Creek Church
at 3 o'clock p. m. Interment at Rock
Creek Cemetery. 1
BROWN In sad but loving remembrance of
my dear husband. DOtlGI.AB BROWN,
who departed this life one year ate today,
February 22, 1914.
One year has gone, and still I mlas you;
Friends may think the wound has healed:
But little do thev know the sorrow
That lies within my heart concealed.
1 -ny Ills Irving Wife. Annie.
(Notices for this column are accepted at SO
cents flat, either prose or poetry. In case no
tice does not exceed ten lines. Add 10 cents
for each llnf In excess of ten.)
of every description moderate prices.
, 1214 F STREET.
J. WILLIAM LEE,
UNDERTAKER & LIVERY.
. . 332 Pa. ave. N W
Telephone M, 138S. WASHINGTON. I. C.
THOMAS F. MURRAY SON.
, Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
ISJEast Capitol st. Phone Line. 4271.
2007-11 Nichols ave, S. IS. Phone Line. 124.
APARTMENTS TO LET
BIX ROOMS and bath, front. O3.G0; 5 rooms
and bath, front, 832.60; 4 rtns. bath, $22.50;
electric elevator, telephone each apartment.
The Fairmont. 318 New Tork ave. N. W.
S. W. COCK R ELL. 802 F at. N. W.
MODERN APARTMENT, all Improvements.
3 rooms and bath. 820.60. 1741 B at. N. W.
THE CAIRO-Three or four rooms and bath.
8.8. Apply dfiect, Apart. 400. E. OARLOCK.
FOR SALE HOUSES
A nice brick house, on large lot, on car
line: S rooms and water; $1,000; terms very
James Morris Woodward,
723 20TH ST. N. W.
FOR SALE Six-room house In excellent con
dition; near fnlon Station; price, 83,000.
will pay to see this. Owner on premises, 1004
y st. N. E.
12 ROOM AND BATH, best location for
room renting In southeast; netting J6". per
month: If sold at once, 85.800 for house and
furnUure. or $3,600 for house. Art.lro
OWNER. General Postofflce Lock Box 123
1624 OLTVE ST., KENILWORTH. D. C.-7-room
house: water and sewer connection:
at 81K per mo. Inquire of or phone to W. B.
hmaw. Kniiertn. i .
A REAL BARGAIN
On Baltimore and Washington Boulevard
at Hyattsvillc. 3-4 aens of excellent land
Improved bv 4-room and bath himraimu
large beautiful shade trees about house
Land gently sloping toward branch bounding
It on loucr side.
A. C. HOUGHTON. & CO.,
635 F St. N. W.
FOR SALE One cent per square foot buys
acreage In sight of Capitol Bulldlngr. near
two electric lines In beautiful retldntui ...,--
tlon, fronting Government maintained high
way: easy payments; $10 per month buys
60-acre truck farm within hour's run of city
u; kuiv vii dml luttui exceptional oppor
tunlty. Call, nhone or write.
Johnson's American & Foreign Real Estate
taxenange. yjn i-a. ave.. wasn.. D. c.
FOR SALE Takoma Park. Sid., bv water
tower. S-room cottage. $2.60. BOX 75.
Times office. 1
HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD
on $100 cash and $15 month, at
CHEVY CHASE. For full particulars drop
postal, telcphons. or rail nn V. M H
RITCHIE. 317 i-olornrto ! -
LARGE S-ROOM HOUSE Shady groundi.
mod. Imp., attic, porches, 13th and Irving,
Broukland. $26.50. Owner. 29C0 "th N. E.
FOR SALE 9-room Bungalow and cellar;
1(0 feet of chicken house, one barn, stablo
and cornhouse; fruit trees; about 4 miles
from Annapolis on South river, or 2 miles
from W.. U. A A. R R. station; 2 1-4 teres
of gTound; 267 feet on the water and 184 fcot
en the Annapolis State road; $4,000. J. T
HARRISON. 1026 Nichols ave. S. E. Phone
FOR SALE FARMS
FOR SALE Choice Southern farms In a
body near Houston. Tex.; easy terms. B35
TRADE 20-acre Improved Colorado ranch,
good house and water; fine climate, near
grovtlng city, for city or suburban property
near Washington. Route 2. G. ORMEJ,
Grand Junction. Col.
WANTED tn exchange fine lot ir. Takom.i
for hot-water heating or plumbing. W. U.
HARLAN. Takonia Park.
MME. CABLE! i'A,
CLAIRVOYANT, PALMIST. CARD READ
ER Shi- never met ou. jet sho TELLS
YOUR NAME. OBJECT OF CALL. NAMES
OF FRIENDS. ENEMIES Gives occupa
tions, v. hern they live. If true or false, sho
means what she sajs. Dally and Sunday
hours 7Q5 sth St. N. W. ,tom
W A N D A
NOTED PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT.
Has removed her office to bOO H st. N. W.
ESSIE DELMAIN Palmist, clairvoyant, card
reader; test reading. 10 cents: palmistry,
SS cents, life reading. 50 cents, card reading,
W) cents, II a. m. to 9 p. tn. 613 7th St. nw.
PALMISTRY AND CARD READINGS.
Mrs. R LUSBY,
Latest Fate Cards and Charts Used. Closed
Sundajs 938 N. Y. ave. For ladles only.
MME. FREEDA -ar1?, "t'
. Oi.tU nights.
Gives names. Call 457 F," st. N. V.
Mmc. Catherine, 50b' 5th N. W.
Palmist and Card P.wder. Gives rellablo ad
vlca on buainess at. J love affairs. i
MRS. MAMIE STEVES, Medium.
Headings dully, seances Tueb. &. Thurs ce.
nlligs Ph. Line. 3J1S 315 N. J ac. S. i:
MISS C. VOEGLER, n c f every
I ues. and Thurs.
eve, at S, private readings dally. 731 6th nw.
MADAME COKNIhil Noted spiritual medi
um; reads our life correctly; gives names
facts. rr.i..Hgs dally 637 3d st. N. E cor'
F. near l moll hlation: ladles only, i
MRS. WHITE. 715 22nd ST N. W. Seance
Wediifbday and Friday evenings; private
readlmxi. dally 1'liono West 0,".u J.
Mrs. THELMA RICHARDS,
Ordained spiritual inrdiuin, readings dully
Circles WcUutfcdas. k l. in. 417 (J st. N. v'
. . . F
MRS .7. E MALI BY. Kenols Bldg. Iltband
r. X. W. Room 4C8 Meetings We.1. and
Krl 7 .0 p III a iiieisagt fi each lull,
rca.nnin. ' -t hi. lo r.Q p n. I'h M, .4
M1?S C ROTH KEADINU DAILY
XUllO. J. iiuin tvancu Tuts, onl
Tbuxs. sva.i Anacostla car. 70tt 6lh st. 3 &
, ELABT1ICA FLOOR FINISH Is often 1ml
rl 5il Pe.v'r 1"aled. One gallon will
... 15?" m '""re feet, on coat. ll'
waterproof and wear proof.
IF IT'S GOOD PAINT. V7B HAVE IT."
W. F. ANDREWS,
1804 lllh St. N. W.
PHONE NORTH 420.
Trnnm. o.. .nYr rrom HcadacTes, Hearl
manenfiv'n Jo,nt"' 'ralyBlaT I can per-
yOU suffer from Heailaerea.
nil 1IMIT3 vyi iiu aysii
OSEF EARL WILSON.
I?,?S'"r a' Chiropractic
bui tin st. n. jc.
CLEM GIEBEL & SON.
WAOON .CARRIAGE & AUTO REPAIRING
nRWV'Y.0,',c,T THEIR FRIENDS
nr22,.CAU: AJ THEIR NEW SHOP.
wi,.V. it "' ,YT1, "',ana 7tn, o and H ne.
Whero they will recclvo the best servlca.
SHADES! 10".,al pHEINKERT for Sn-
Hv win i, ".".or "Ckmansnip anaqual-
80c- h. V... i.v,.VJl aampies. opaque shade
sw- best Quality 50c. liog H st. N E. U412S.
t-UAL AT RIGHT PRICES.
llviWJlewYorjc ave. Phone Main lat.
KSt:?.vrshinB for the Kh!s.".lt,
DHl'SJ."l?eV, y?ut & Moneuie Co.
Kanges. Itcfrigerators. CooWnaT
tt a ... . J-'lenslIs.
. A. Irefcthnn. Mjir. 1220 H 8t.
5lya31.nOT?OUOII,'T AND CAWE':
mattre.... dJ ru won from old carpets.
ALBERT KAt?tS-lSi- . Es'lmates furnished!
M 038 ICA1ILE"T & CO.. SS2 B st, aw.
I,B?mtvtA?cSITNTANT8 AND AUDITORiT
IKS.!1"1 MACHEN AUDITING CO., J4
435 Southern Bldg. Ph. M. 8ES2. . 1
nnite Asn $7.00 Eaa MS
Subject to weather aBadstYnau
. v.u oC'.M- EDWARDS, 'u"
aB 7th Bt. N. W. pi,. N. Ill
WBDp PAPERilANQINO and cental :
iar7ii.2!i,!rJ..r2om" pA up: wak
ArLsfroiS- ,."'.'".1". "S?"!"" 5-
.. ,., ,u Wii saaia aiaa.
WALL PAPER FRP.P.f
P"EfT" S?1' uPto !-M Vr ro- Invsetlamte
. ,, . tmm 4-. MOa,
pAPERHANGINO. PAINTING AND DWjl
..BATING; FIRST-CLASS WORK iS
NETTR3A1i? "CES BEE PAUL F?8AR
Nfc.TT. 35 H N. W. Phone Line. 8128sJ.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Gr?,OU8E.S FOP- COLORED TENANTS.
On St. T1W fir nMrt I, tie f.A. .Od T, 1
and b, 821.50: 41S Franklin 't. nr. Cr".nii
water. 114.50; 516 20th nt nw.. r, water. 117.
J. M. WOODWARD,
st wrn st. x. w.
9t.t 1ll. hiu .w 9 rn
Ifi f ir ft vrtA
2241 17th nw., 6r.. 20.50
1317 C sw 6r.... 1S.50
309 W nw.. 7r.... 15.0C
2AM Sth no. r.m .9 tr,
234 Bryant nw..6r. Ift.hn
lit! T ... e jw
iiui 4J nwt, or.,..., jd.u"
308 14th sw Cr... 14.60
i.na n Rr . 1 9 rn
1032 S. Cap. Cr.... 13.50
524 13th Be., 6r..... m'.M
W7 uoiaen sw.,4r. s.ci
1151 16th ne.. 4r... 8.t0
127 Seaton ne.. 2r. .&0
Bin Isnrrlnti it t rn
1233 Half sw Jr. 7,50l
7 "-IMVH 11. O.IIU
an . tit t-o
ii .VZ. "u ne...?ij.w.near z ism SW..IU.CO
Reur 150S R nw... 12. OC Rear 907 Bye nw. 10.00
Rear 629V4 Md.sw. 6.5cl
- 17th nw.. Er.825.r,o.l525 Bennlng rd.. KM
,,,??' nw r- 20 00 403 V nw.. 4r .00
1313 Sth nw , Sr. . 22.501
Tmw AA nj .- aa .u. ... .. ..
A. S. CAY WOOD. 915 N. Y. ave. Main 710.
FOR GOOD COLOREDTENANTS
115 New .TprAv ai nt, ir. i.
1817 V St.. fir. h nnry, f,i- !.'.""
1301 T. 7r. b., lat. heat '. ..
1434 T. 6r b., lat. heat
2223 15th nw.. 6r. b lat. heat
.2.1 12th ne.. 6r. b, lat. heat
1.46-J...J Seaton, 6r. b., lat. heat
Iil7 Sth, 2d floor flat, 4r. b
60 Do Frees st 7r., papered
2111 L at., 7r., good shape
1231-1237 27th. 5r. b.. porch
60a Virginia ave. o., 6r.
m iv st. se.. 6r
Gardiner & Den't,'i'n'c.","7i'7'i'4tii.'
To Desirable Colored Tenants.
1900 3rd st. nw., 5r. and b heated 82C.0
1765 Ore, 16r, b..$40.(rji226 20th. 6r 816.58
1307 Corc'n. llr.b 1.00 207 8th ne.. Cr 13 50
1207 S, 7r. b 55.00 605 N. H. ave. 4r. 1L0O
927 French. Cr.b.. 27.50.2523 F. 4r 10B0
606 Fairmont. 6r,b 20.50 2131 Stev. ct., fr.. 10.3O
232 Elm, 6r.b 20.50'2 Cot row, 4r 9 50
F. H. SMITH CO.,
1408 N. Y.Ave. N. W.
MONTH'S RENT FREE.
6-ROOM 1IR1CK. 116 G N. W.
LARGE ROOMS: GOOD SHAPE.
TO DESIRABLE COLORED TENANT.
1755 Oregon ave. nw 16 rooms and bath;
newly papered and painted throughout. 13
bed rooms; excellent house lor room-renting.
To desirable tenant. 840.
THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY.
1408 New York ave. l
931 Shepherd St. nw.. 6r. b.. a. m. ,,p"t
745 (Iresham st. nw., 6r. bath, a.m.1 22.M
310 V st. nw., 6r. b., colored al.8j0
1214 Bank st. nw., 7r.. colored 18.50
1631 "C" st. se,, tir. b., colored Ifi.W
700 51st t. nc, 5r., large lot, colored.... 12.50
706 51st st. nc, 5r., large lot, colored.... 12.60
D. H. ROLAND DRURY,
301 Southern Bldg.. 15th and H sts. N. W.
FOR RENT Arlington. Va 5Vi acres, IX
rooms, water In kitchen; outbuildings; nam
Wlrelcsi Station. 125; do better on lease;
make good boarding house; close to cars.
CIIAS. IJ. MUNSEN. 1326 N. Y. ava.
FOR RENT In firat-claas condition. 6r. b.
brick residence In good northeast sectlaai
I IS. 50.
CAYWOOD & GARRETT,
1231 New York Ave.
FOR RENT 519 23rd st. nw.. 6-room bridle In
line innilltlun. 814.50 to good colored tenant.
CAYWOOD & GARRETT, -1231
New York Ave.
FOR RENT-1S5 Qulncy pi. N. K.. 6r. b.
brick In splendid condition, large dry cellan.
(25.50. Oarage 'If desired, $5 additional.
CAYWOOD & GARRET,
1231 New York Ave.
150a L ST. N. W. Nine rooms and bath.
J. L. KOLB. Agent,
923 New York ave. 1237 Wisconsin aw.
FOR RENT 120.50. 314 10th St. S. B.. ex
teptlonally desirable house; 6 rooms and
bath, vacunt March 1st. Inquire at houaa,
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN
Of money In First Deeds of Trust (First
Mortgages) on Washington. I. C Real Es
tate always give the full Interest promised
and the return of all tho principal when dua
regardless of the varvlng Incomes and valuaa
of other securities, and they are not sub
ject to taxation. We have been successfully
engaged In making these Investments far our
cllentB for more than a quarter of a century
Investments, 8260. 8500 to S10.C0O at 6. fcu BOfi
I per cent now ready for delivery. Lrg
Wm. H. Saunders & Co.,
bOUTHERN BUILDING t07 1STH ST.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate; lowest
rates, prior payment privileges; large
amounts. TYLER & RUTHERFORD. 723 15th
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATEsT''
on D. C. Real Estate.
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. 220 Southern Bldg
MONEY TO LOAN 8250 to $500,000 on D. C
real estate. Several trust funds, 4ta 't 8
per cent. All transactions conducted wita
economical lontldrratlon for borrowers.
WM. II SAUNDERS & CO..
Southern Building 407 15th st. N. W
BUILDING LOANS AND SECOND TRUST.
Money to loan at 6 per cent on District
Real Estate. Any amount from J200 to 86.000.
on lirst or secuiid trj.t, la straight note or
iiiunthly payments. Tal.cs only three days ta
Ir..il.u l hem.
PAUL V. MITCHELL & CO,
IU Hth BT. N. W.